Pac-12 Networks is available through more than 45 providers nationwide.
Nov. 1, 2012
After launching just two and a half months ago, the Pac-12 Networks has delivered and exceptional amount of content to fans across the country.
To date, the network is available through more than 45 providers, including four of the top five largest distributors in the United States. Pac-12 Networks continues to work hard towards its ultimate goal of having every distributor in the country carry the network. The team continues to present fair, market-based offers, evidenced by the quantities of companies that have already signed up.
The network’s broadcasts have helped increase exposure to the Sun Devil women’s volleyball and soccer programs, as both teams continue on a path to one of the most successful seasons in recent history. The women’s soccer team has been highlighted in seven Pac-12 Networks games with one more to go and the women’s volleyball team has aired on the network nine times this season, with four more games scheduled.
This fall Sun Devil fans were also able to view the ASU football team on the network two times.
As we head into the winter sports season, fans will be able to watch men’s and women’s basketball, gymnastics and wrestling on the network. The men’s basketball team has 20 games scheduled on the network, women’s basketball is slated for seven games, women’s gymnastics has one meet that will air and men’s wrestling will be showcased three times, including when ASU hosts the Pac-12 Championships on March 2, 2013.
The Pac-12 Networks has presented an offer to DirecTV, which they feel is “Serious, fair and a good value for its customer.” If a deal is reached with DirecTV, the possibility of more Sun Devil sporting events airing on Pac-12 Networks will increase.
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